We are an award winning music education agency & lead partner for the Bournemouth, Christchurch & Poole Music Education Hub. With a partnership network of schools, local music providers, National Portfolio Organisations & independent practitioners, our work enables children & young people to experience, develop, progress & perform through music & the wider arts …About us
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Posted on: 21st November 2018
A SoundStorm Broadcast 3rd July 2019, Upton Country Park Poole Taking inspiration from the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, an era-defining broadcast that captured the imagination of the world, SoundStorm and the Bournemouth and Poole Music Education Hub presents Transmission, our biennial celebration. The micro-festival will explore themes of communication, individual expression and collaboration...
Posted on: 28th September 2018
Bringing live music to young people across the region We believe in the power of inspirational music experiences. As part of our commitment to making inspirational experiences accessible to more young people, this year we have pledged to offer 44 primary and SEN schools a live, in-school performance. These ‘tours’ have been carefully curated to...
Posted on: 18th July 2019
In June, SoundStorm was invited to attend the All Party Parliamentary Group on Music Education in the Palace of Westminster, which saw passionate advocacy for more support for music and the arts in schools – and criticism of the squeeze in recent years caused by testing, the Ebacc and OFSTED’s lack of engagement – from parliamentarians, music...
Posted on: 7th December 2018
The journey to the Royal Albert Hall; A SoundStorm Film On November 5th, over 250 students from Bournemouth and Poole travelled to London to perform the Massed ensemble centre-piece at the Music for Youth Proms, joining 300+ students from the Isle of Wight and Southampton Music Hubs and members of the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. Performing...
Working in a local school I am fully aware of the good work that SoundStorm is doing and the support you are giving. It is making an enormous difference.
Rosalie Armitage, Parent